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Human Parts

How to Keep Dancing When the World Says You Shouldn’t

I dream of dancing. It breaks my heart that I’ve never been very good at it.

Photo: Sebastian Dooris/Flickr

“What were you doing? What were you thinking?” she asked.

“Dan… cing?” I pushed wet hair out of my stinging eyes and shook out the cotton skirt of my dress. Even in the dark, I could see that its hem had become stained…




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Daisy Buchanan

Daisy Buchanan

Feminist, writer, lobster lover, @graziauk agony aunt, @TEDx talker, @headlinepg author of HOW TO BE A GROWN UP and THE SISTERHOOD.

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